Iran Can Buy A Lot of Terror With $100 Billion

Jeff Jacoby, As a US senator and a candidate for president a decade ago, John Kerry couldn’t bring himself to worry overmuch about Islamic terrorism. Today, as a secretary of state trying to sell a nuclear accord that would lift economic sanctions from the world’s leading state sponsor of Islamic terrorism, he still can’t. During… [Read More]

North Korea says not interested in Iran-like nuclear talks with U.S.

 North Korea is not interested in an Iran-like dialogue with the United States to give up its nuclear capabilities, the isolated country’s foreign ministry said in a statement on Tuesday. The statement said North Korea’s nuclear program was an “essential deterrence” against U.S. foreign policy toward the reclusive country, which the North views as hostile…. [Read More]

UN Security Council endorses Iran deal, Tehran diplomat lashes out at US

 The U.N. Security Council on Monday unanimously endorsed the Iran nuclear deal, though the show of support was interrupted shortly afterward by a war of words between the American and Iranian ambassadors.  Iran’s ambassador lashed out at the U.S. mere moments after the vote, in retaliation for U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power bringing up Tehran’s human… [Read More]

Russia opposes tribunal to seek justice in downing of MH17

Russia vehemently opposes the creation of an international tribunal to prosecute those responsible for downing a civilian airliner over Eastern Ukraine last year – possibly because pro-Russian rebels are to blame. The U.S., Dutch and other governments believe pro-Russian rebels fighting Ukrainian forces fired a Moscow-supplied missile that downed Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 on June… [Read More]

Pope Offers the Masses the Opium of Marxism

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton,  To my Catholic friends, while I am loathe to criticize that which they hold dear, there comes a time when silence is the wrong answer. When Pope Francis first surfaced, I thought he had the potential to be a great Pope. But with the potential of greatness, also comes the opportunity of infamy…. [Read More]

Double dealing: Iran violating nuclear sanctions even as talks drag on

While U.S.-led world powers hold talks with Iran in Vienna to curb Tehran’s illicit nuclear weapons program, the Islamic Republic’s spies have been seeking atomic and missile technology in neighboring Germany as recently as last month, according to German intelligence sources. Iran’s illegal activities have continued since talks between Iran and the P5+1 – the… [Read More]

10 Very Strange Things That Have Happened In Just The Past Few Weeks

Michael Snyder | End Of The American Dream Have you noticed that events have begun to accelerate? Over the past few weeks, things have officially started to get very weird.  Chinese stocks are crashing, the Greek debt crisis is spiraling out of control, the New York Stock Exchange was down for about four hours on… [Read More]

Obama Assisting al-Qaeda In Saudi Arabia’s War Against Shia Islam

President Barack Obama still continues to assist Islamic Sunni fighters including al-Qaeda, and the Republicans in Congress still support him. When does this stupidity end? On Sunday, June 7, 2015, under the direction of President Obama, air strikes were conducted by Air Force and Navy attack aircraft in support of al-Qaeda. U.S.-led coalition airplanes carried… [Read More]

Israel fires back at UN report accusing it and Hamas of violating world law in Gaza war

A UN report released Monday found both Israel and Palestinians committed “serious violations” of international law and possible war crimes in last summer’s seven-week battle in Gaza, a finding Israel swiftly denounced. The report from the Geneva-based UN Human Rights Council was expected to come down on Israel, which publicized a preemptive report last week… [Read More]

United Nations Starts to offer DNA testing to prove paternity claims for “PeaceKeeper Babies”

Matt Vespa, Last week, a new report showed that UN peacekeepers are engaging in the sexual exploitation of Haitian women, specifically the underreported problem of “transactional sex,” which is obviously prohibited. Yet, as Ed noted, it’s also happening in the UN’s African missions as well. In the Central African Republic, a UN peacekeeper is allegedly involved in… [Read More]

Sex and UN peacekeepers: Tens of thousands of Liberian women involved?

A study cited in a just-published evaluation of the ugly problem of sexual exploitation by U.N. peacekeepers calculates that as many as 58,000 women in Monrovia, Liberia, alone engaged in prohibited “transactional” sex with peacekeepers in return for food, clothing, money or other favors—mostly money– over a nine-year period ending in 2012. By contrast, in… [Read More]

Video: What Was Spotted Behind Hillary At Her Announcement Has Many Crying ‘Conspiracy!’

Twitter lit up over the weekend with speculation over whether Hillary Clinton’s campaign planted a gay couple prominently behind her on the platform, who just happened to kiss on queue when the candidate stated her support for homosexual marriage. Clinton has made a well-publicized flip-flop on the issue since her last time as a candidate… [Read More]